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Want to decorate your wall? You can use OpenCV and Python for that.

We are back this week for part 2 to last week’s post. When I was working on this post, it reminded me of apps that allow you to decorate and furnish the rooms and walls of your house to help you better visualize your ideas. The ones that let you see if this color or that painting or those chairs would look great in your living room. So, those three

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Color Transformations, Resizing and Cropping Images with OpenCV and Python

It’s 5 here in the morning in China and I am watching the sun rise. And it’s got me thinking about all the simple things in life. How, if we have a dream, it always seems like life has a way of trying to slow us down, stop us, or just muddle with our plans. So, with that simplicity in mind (and the sunshine beaming in) I figured today we

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Creating a Game in Pygame: Introduction and Three Types of Character Movements

I am writing this blog because I really love programming and creativity.  I believe that the only way to get better at something is to practice and get involved in your passions in as many ways as you can. The main language that I use is Python and I wanted to improve my skills as a programmer by also learning Pygame. I got interested in programming years ago by programming

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